Boer War (1899-1902)
Found in 366 Collections and/or Records:
Personal: South Africa: Correspondence, Permits and Papers., 1899
File includes letters of introduction; Report by Captain Aylmer Haldane on the wreck of the Armoured Train, praising WSC's part in the action; papers on WSC's capture by and escape from the Boers.
Personal: South Africa: Maps and Notes., 1897 - 1900
Photographs, 1896 - 1957
Photographs and drawings for the official biography, 1874-08 - 1900-08
Photographs and drawings for the official biography, 1892 - 1899
Leather wallet containing copies of three pencil sketches of Pamela Plowden [later Pamela, Lady Lytton] (1892) and one of Lady Randolph Churchill, possibly by Violet Manners, Duchess of Rutland, which WSC took to the Boer War, December 1899.
Photographs of Winston Churchill as a soldier and in South Africa, 1900-08 - 1998
Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: correspondence with or on behalf of constituents, K-Z., Sep 1948 - Feb 1949
"Prisoner of War", 1899-11
Photograph shows line of prisoners (WSC on the right, looking to camera).
Private and personal letters A - Z, 1899-11 - 1903-12
Proofs of "Materials for the history of South Africa": volume I, 1897 - 1898
Written by JWHM [?] as a history of the administration of 1st Lord Loch [former Governor of Cape and High Commissioner for South Africa].
Proofs of "Materials for the history of South Africa": volume II (extracts), 1897 - 1898
Written by JWHM [?] as a history of the administration of 1st Lord Loch [former Governor of Cape and High Commissioner for South Africa]. Also includes some rough notes by JWHM on the administration of the territories under the control of the British South Africa Company, and also the cover of "The Phantom Rickshaw" by Rudyard Kipling.